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It’s time to bust a move! We hope this photo of the day has you gearing up for this weekend’s weddings. The photo was taken by Christina from Nina Lily Photography a couple’s wedding at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA. For wedding-goers this weekend, get ready to work your stuff!

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Bust a Move Philadelphia wedding, bride and groom dance at the national constitution center

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7 First Dance Mistakes to Avoid

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Today we’re talking about the first dance at your wedding, a topic not discussed very often. However, we feel it is an important part of your reception: it is, after all, your first official dance and the song you pick will be your song. So, today we’re sharing seven first dance mistakes to avoid to ensure yours goes off without a hitch. Also, tell us: what song have you picked for your first dance?

First Dance Mistakes to Avoid - cool aerial shot by tony gajate

Destination Wedding Florida: Love, Sand, Dance

We’re featuring an inspirational destination wedding from New England photographer Amanda Borozinski! Boro Creative Visions Photography.

“I recently photographed a destination wedding in Florida.  I met the bride at a wedding I was shooting in NH, she lives in DC and the grooms family all lives in Florida. I was honored to be invited to be a part of this unique, creative wedding.

The best part? The dancing EVERYONE got into it. Kids, grandparents, both sides of the family… I was even forced to dance one song :)

It was such a celebration of love and the joining of two lives.”

Want to view more images? Check out Amanda’s website here.

All images courtesy of Boro Creative Visions Photography. All Rights Reserved.